Taking Back Tomorrow

Chuckie Campbell

"Taking Back Tomorrow" aspires to be a daring and personal full length album that confronts the impermanence of a world where tomorrow is never promised. It is an invitation for personal renewal and a reclaiming of time and balance, reminding us of the strength and courage it takes, not only to hold on, but to let go."
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Watch "The Making of Taking Back Tomorrow," and prepare yourself for Chuckie Campbell's new album. 

More Die of Hearbreak

Chuckie Campbell

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More Die of Heartbreak, borrowing its title from nobel prize winning author Saul Bellow's novel of the same name, is an experimental hip hop project written by Chuckie Campbell and produced entirely by Willie Breeding of the brother/sister duo The Breedings. The album features highly notable guest appearances from members of the Wu Tang Clan, Cappadonna and Solomon Childs, Cole Jonique of Tate Music Group, Willie and Erin Breeding of The Breedings, as well as rapper and producer for Disturbia Music Group, Block McCloud. The album itself is a return to form for Chuckie Campbell, a telling, drawing on the seven years after a violent physical assault left his jaw broken in two places, an event that would affect nearly every other human relationship that took place afterward. More Die of Heartbreak is dedicated to Ralph B. Prater, who committed suicide in March of 2011. It is a reminder that for every one person who makes it out alive, more will die of heartbreak.

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Constant Elevation (EP)

Chuckie Campbell

When Esente Center Stage selected Chuckie Campbell as their emerging artist of the week, writer Peter Amara affirmed him as "super-lyrical" with words "that thrust" the listener "in the middle of the scenario," praising the rapper for his “intricate wordplay” and “incredibly fast flow.” In 2012, Campbell dropped the Constant Elevation EP, a collection of collaborative songs produced by Marc Jones out of Washington D.C. Leading off the EP is the song, "The Streets," a track that struck a chord with listeners all across the nation, when it amassed the most overall votes in The Grammy's Amplifier Contest, accumulating 95,058 amps, listens and shares, more than any other artist in any other genre who participated in the contest. The Constant Elevation EP is an introduction to Chuckie Campbell's work, a dynamic and heartfelt musical experience washed in a tide of emotion, uniquely punctuated in a cathartic and memorable delivery.
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Sunsets & Silencers (EP)

Chuckie Campbell

The Sunsets and Silencers EP was recorded in the late Summer of 2003 and the Winter of 2004 in Nashville, TN. Originally, this project was meant to be an album, but what is captured here, are the only surviving tracks. The project was never mastered and the mixes are the ones we did in-studio after recording.

The album cover features the circle and downward triangle, which are very old symbols. The circle is emblematic of boundary and enclosure, of returning cycles.The downward pointing triangle is sometimes referred to as the chalice. It is the symbol of water (as it flows downward); it is one of the most ancient symbols of female divinity and representative of the movements of earth and heaven.
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